Anti-Romance & the Romance Writer

I’m in the mood to talk about happy endings. And no, I’m not referring to the sketchy massage parlor on Main Street that never seems to have any customers. Happy endings distinguish melodrama from tragedy and have been in existence for a really long time. Basically, everything comes up roses for the protagonists and their sidekicks, but never for the villains. As a romance writer, my job is to make sure my books end happily. It’s also my job to ensure that the story is chock full of romantic elements. You know, plenty of eye-blazing, the pitter patter of butterflies in the chest, sweaty palms (not the gross sweaty palms of your co-worker Sally), and sleepless nights daydreaming of that fi

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